Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.


Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "THE EINSTEIN OWNER’S MANUAL."— Presentation transcript:


2 Table of contents Introduction…………………………………………………….….………… 1
Siren sounding time …………….…………………..……… 36 User notice ……………………………………………………………..…… 2 Host ID/Neighbor ID …………….…………..……..……… 36 System Summary ………………..……………………….………….…… 3 Set rings before Einstein picks up …………….……… 37 Main components …………………………………………….……… Automatic Arm/Disarm time …………….……….…… 37 Installation: Pre-recorded message …………….……………...……… 37 Einstein central panel …………..……………….…..… Chime feature …………….…………………………..……… 38 Programming sensors (general) ……………….……… 14 Telephone line anti-cutting function ………….…… 38 Programming wireless door/window sensors ….… 15 Return default settings …………….……………..……… 38 Programming wireless glass break sensors ..…… Power down …………….……………………………..……… 39 Programming wireless smoke detector ……..…… Alarm history record …………….………….……..……… 39 Programming wireless motion detectors …..… Ademco …………….…………………..………………..……… 40 Programming wireless horns ……………………..…… 19 Frequently asked Questions …………….……………….…… Programming wireless gas leak sensors ..……..… Programming extra keyfob remotes ………..…...… 21 Programming pre-existing wired sensors …… Programming security team phone numbers ……. 24 Connecting your GSM dialer …………………………… 25 Hardware …………………………………………..……… Monitoring Einstein from your phone …………..…………… 28 Operations: Einstein Quick Start ……………………………………..… 29 Remote control ………………………………..…………… 30 LCD display ………………………………………….………… 31 System parameters ……………………………..………… 32 Customization: Arm/disarm delays …………………………………..……… 33 Bypass sensors …………………….…………………..……… 33 Compound siren …………….………………………..……… 34 Alarm mode …………………..………………………..……… 34 Set date/time ……………..….………………………..……… 34 Change password …………….………………….…..……… 35 Arm/disarm password protection …………….…..… 36

3 Introduction Thank you for entrusting the most intelligent, yet user friendly security system available to protect your family & property. The Einstein system is ahead of the industry, able to handle 32 wireless sensors and alarms as well as 8 wired sensors. The built in phone dialer will place up to six phone calls for you in the event of an emergency, moving onto the next number if there is no answer or it reaches an answering machine. Sensors can be placed on time delay, instantaneous sounding, or a combination of the two, as far as 400 feet away, allowing a single system to also protect barns or garages. Also, in the event of a fire or gas leak, the unit will sound the alarm whether it is in armed mode or not. Not only have you chosen the best system, you’ve also chosen the best company. Every device we sell undergoes our SmartInstall regime where it is personally checked to ensure proper function and then pre-programmed before shipping to save you hours, headaches, and problems. All you need to do is follow the easy setup procedure, enter your phone number, warning messages, new passwords, and preferences. If you have any problems along the way, our customer service returns calls in less than 24 hours and can be reached at (253) or Finally, all our systems also come with a full 3 year warranty covering all parts and labor (exception: batteries), the BEST in the industry. We believe you’ve made the best decision in home security. Thank you again for your business and the opportunity to serve you. 1

4 User notice Please read instruction manual carefully before attempting to operate the system. Einstein’s battery will have the longest life if left plugged in at all times. Repeated fluctuations in voltage can damage the battery as well as the electrical components as Einstein, which may lead to permanent damage of the system. To fully protect your home, office, and loved ones, and get the most out of your Einstein system, consider using a combination of all types of sensors/detectors offered (door/window, motion, gas, smoke, etc). The self malfunction checking system is an easy way to ensure the system is properly working. It is advised to check the system as well as smoke and gas detectors weekly to ensure efficient functioning. If the system does not have 220 AV/DC power, the outside sirens and the built in siren will only work for a short time, if at all. If, for some reason, you need to dismantle the panel (ex: to connect wired sensors), NEVER touch the receiving module or you may cause permanent damage to your Einstein system. NEVER attempt to dismantle the Einstein unit for maintenance. If you’re having difficulty, please contact our customer service for advice on how to proceed. They can typically walk you through problems or give you instructions on returning the unit for maintenance. 2

5 System summary Sleek, compact design, attractive orange backlighting, and large LCD screen display for easy reading Voice instruction allows easy operations Tamper resistant, sounding if main panel is tampered with or if phone line is cut Back up rechargeable lithium batteries last up to 72 hours in the event of a power outage Low power alert function notifies you when backup sensor batteries are low Protects up to 40 zones (32 wireless, 8 wired) Double zone technology allows more than 1 sensor per zone Ability to call up to 6 numbers in the event of an emergency Sensors are learned into the system, allowing ease of adding to system as well as the ability to monitor history Can be set to sound from 1-30 minutes Programmable time delay to arm (0-99 seconds) allows you time to leave before system sets Programmable time to alarm (0-99 seconds) allows you time to enter and disarm before system sounds Remote control arm/disarm and panic Mute siren function allows strobe siren with silent alarm Listen in function allows you to monitor your house and system from anywhere you have phone service Emergency help signal real-time check function Logs last 100 system events, giving you a history of which contacts were broken and when AC/DC power auto switch function Optional: record and store a 10 second voice message Optional: can work with Ademco monitoring center Optional: self-check function automatically verifies all sensors are properly working every 12 hours Optional: system can be set to automatically arm/disarm at up to 3 different time intervals per day 3

6 Main components Central Panel: Brains of the Einstein system
This 5th generation control device can be hidden anywhere inside your home or office where a thief will never find it. It can then wirelessly detect all sensors and respond to messages you send it by phone, auxiliary keypad, or keyfob switch within 250 feet. This workhorse continues to monitor despite power outages or cut phone lines. Includes an 85db horn. Auxiliary Keypad: Accessibility These inexpensive auxiliary wireless keypads are placed next to each door you wish to enter or leave as you arm or disarm the system, allowing access to the system if you know the password while serving as a filter for intruders. The central panel is the real brain of the system, so damaging this auxiliary keypad will simply sound the alarm and begin notification of everyone on your call list. Even with destroyed auxiliary keypads, your Einstein home security system will continue to scare away intruders and protect your property 4

7 Main components Keyfob remote controller: Portability
This handy unit allows you arm/disarm the system within 250 feet of the central panel (even through walls). This allows you to arm/disarm the system with the push of a button, eliminating the need for system delays. You can also control the dialer, letting you use the system as an emergency alert in the case of health difficulty or fire. CAUTION: If a burglar gets his hands on this, he can gain access to your home. Be careful not to leave it where it can be stolen! Wireless door & window sensors: Functionality The most common mode of entry by burglars is through doors, with windows being a close second! These sensors keep intruders from opening any sliding door or window. The invisible magnet catch inside the switch signals the main control unit when a separation of 1.5cm occurs. These special sensors can be placed on your safe, gun cabinet, liquor cabinet, office filing cabinets, jewelry boxes, or anything else you wish to secure and control access of. 5

8 Main components Motion sensor: Peace of mind
Motion sensors can detect if something is moving inside your home. Einstein's state of the art PIR dual beam technology allows your system to distinguish between a dog and a human. The horizontal beam also helps to prevent false alarms, which are common with motion detectors sold with less intelligent systems. GSM cellular-dialer: Flexibility No landline? No problem! The cellular-dialer receives its wireless instructions from the central panel, then uses its own removable cell phone chip to contact the up to 6 numbers on your home security team. This can include neighbors, family members, or even a private security company of your choice. We don’t recommend that the first contact be the police, as most communities give low priority to automatic alarm calls and often send a bill if there is no sign of a break-in. Instead, we recommend calling you or someone you trust who can quickly evaluate the danger by listening in and then place a personal call to the authorities, if needed, to which they will actually respond in a timely manner. 6

9 Main components Auxiliary horn: Turn it up!
While noise may not be your friends, it’s the deadly enemy of a burglar. Ask any law officer the best way to thwart intruders and they’ll tell you a loud alarm at the instant your home is violated. If you need extra sound power near the control center, the auxiliary horn draws its power directly from the central panel. With its 140 dB output, you can count on it to drive would be intruders away. FYI: 120 dB is the sound of a rock concert up close (loud enough to hurt your ears) dB is 10xs that, 140 dB is 10xs that again. We’re talking serious sound output. Outdoor siren and strobe: Attention drawing This is your primary deterrent against burglary. Rainproof, cold-proof, and attractive with its blue strobe light flashing every 5 seconds. You do NOT want this inside your house. It’s 160 dB- as loud as a gunshot. Mount it high on an outside wall where it will attract attention and warn anyone outside which entry has been violated. When a siren like this sounds, a burglar can’t think, he can’t take his time, he just wants to run and get out of there! Also contains 72 hour back up battery in case of power outage. 7

10 Main components Outdoor Mega Siren: Blast it!
This is the loudest horn accessory available. It contains 2 horns, which work together for 180 dB output. Like the rest of the horns, it connects wirelessly to the Einstein unit up to 150 feet away. It also contains a bright strobe that fires every 2 seconds while the alarm is sounding. A flashing green LED tells you the alarm is armed and ready. It also contains a tamper protection switch which will cause the alarm to sound if a burglar tries to disable the alarm before breaking in. Glass break sensor: True genius Breaking a window pane is not a big deal to a burglar, trained by the old-technology alarms that rely on window switches. If your house is equipped with one of these glass break sensors on each bank of windows, an intruder is in for a big surprise! Breaking glass has a unique frequency and sharpness of sound. Whenever these wireless, battery operated sensors detect that audio ‘fingerprint’, it will signal the Einstein’s central panel to sound the alarm and scare the burglar away. It won’t be fooled by thunder, airplanes, keys, or barking. Only glass breakage in the room where the sensor sits will trigger this sensor. 8

11 Main components Smoke detector: Looks can be deceiving
While this looks like the cheap smoke alarms that drive you crazy when you burn bacon, think again. This wireless unit has advanced sensors that only detect true smoke and fire particulates. The detector then communicates with your Einstein security system, sounding the alarm to wake up your family and calling your list of numbers so you can call the authorities. The smoke detector protects your house regardless of whether the system is set or not. Mount them near where you sleep and in family living areas, not near the kitchen. Gas sensor: Beyond visibility Carbon monoxide will poison you. Natural gas can explode. This sensor will sound the alarm wirelessly if it detects ANY combustible or undesirable gas in your home. Set one in the kitchen if you use natural gas, another in the bedrooms or utility room where carbon monoxide can gather. 9

12 The Einstein Main Panel installation
Finding a location for your Einstein central panel: #1: If mainly using remote controls to arm/disarm, place the Einstein central panel anywhere out of the way, even in a closet #2: If mainly using the central panel and password to arm/disarm the system, it may be more convenient to place it somewhere that it’s easily accessible 10

13 The Back of the Einstein
Installation The Back of the Einstein Connections for 8 hard wired sensors (optional, as system already supports 32 wireless sensors) Back up battery will operate system for 72 hours in the event of power outage 11

14 The Back of the Einstein main panel
Installation The Back of the Einstein main panel From left to right: 1: line out to telephone (optional) 2: Power connection 3: Auxiliary horn 4: Phone line in from wall Connect the power adapter to the Einstein central panel. You will hear one short CHIRP and the LED screen will illuminate. Insert the auxiliary siren into the siren jack If your Einstein system will be connected to a land line, connect the phone line to the line port (far right) If you want to connect a telephone to the same phone jack, plug the line from the phone into the phone port 12

15 Installation Congratulations! Programming sensors
Your Einstein system includes the added value of all sensors and accessories coming pre-programmed from the manufacturer! You’ve saved yourself HOURS in installation time. The following programming instructions are FYI only. Please skip to the Programming phone numbers section for the next step in your installation process. 13

16 Programming Sensors 14 00: Water sensor
01: Emergency (here, it means panic button from the remote control) 02: PIR (motion detector) 03: Door/window sensor 04: Glass break 05: Gas sensor 06: Smoke detector 07: Temperature detector 14

17 Programming wireless window/door Sensors 15 Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3
Press the Sensor button on the Einstein, enter password (1234), followed by # will appear on LCD (Figure 2); press 3 to begin programming door/window sensors Now enter the 2 digit zone number (02-32); FYI: 01 is reserved for the PANIC button Press # to confirm You will see a series of dashes followed by the zone number (ex: ) With the battery in the door/window sensor, activate it by pulling the 2 pieces apart The sensor will send a signal to the Einstein once activated, automatically learning it Make sure the next contact you learn is one zone number higher (ex: 03) MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN WHICH ZONE NUMBER GOES TO WHICH ENTRY (EX: ZONE 02: FRONT DOOR, ZONE 03: BACK DOOR) To delete a sensor, SENSOR, password, #, 8, use 2 or 8 to scroll to the sensor, press backspace and # simultaneously (multiple times if needed), then #, QUICKEXIT; if successful, when scrolling back through sensors LCD will appear as Figure 3, indicating no sensor is programmed in that spot 15

18 wireless Glass Break sensors
Programming wireless Glass Break sensors BLOW HERE Press the Sensor button on the Einstein and enter password (1234) followed by # will appear on LED Press 4 to begin programming glass break sensors Now enter the 2 digit zone number (02-32) you want to assign and press # to confirm You will see a series of dashes followed by the zone number (ex: ) With the glass break sensor plugged in, activate it by blowing into the front of the sensor The green & red LED lights on the sensor should light up and send a signal to the Einstein, which will CHIRP, indicating the glass break sensor has been programmed to the zone number you chose Make sure the next sensor you learn is one zone number higher (ex: 09) MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN WHICH ZONE NUMBER GOES TO WHICH SENSOR (EX: SENSOR 05: Glass break dining room, SENSOR 06: Glass break kitchen) Make sure each sensor has its own zone; never put 2 sensors on one zone, even if located in the same room 16

19 wireless smoke sensors
Programming wireless smoke sensors Press the Sensor button on the Einstein and enter password (1234) followed by # will appear on LED Press 6 to begin programming smoke sensors Now enter the 2 digit zone number (02-32) you want to assign, press # to confirm You will see a series of dashes followed by the zone number (ex: ) With the battery in the smoke sensor, activate it by pressing the clear test button on the top The sensor will CHIRP and then send a signal to the Einstein, which will also CHIRP to indicate that the sensor has been programmed Make sure the next sensor you learn is one zone number higher (ex: 09) MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN WHICH ZONE NUMBER GOES TO WHICH SENSOR (EX: SENSOR 08: SMOKE MASTER BEDROOM, SENSOR 09: SMOKE GUEST BEDROOM) Do this for all sensors 17

20 wireless motion sensors
Programming wireless motion sensors IMPORTANT: 1: Always program motion sensors last 2: Make sure the power cords inside previously programmed motion sensors are unplugged before programming new motion sensors to prevent setting off previously programmed motion sensors and confusing the system Press the Sensor button on the Einstein and enter password (1234) followed by # will appear on LED Press 2 to begin programming motion sensors Now enter the 2 digit zone number (02-33) you want to assign, press # to confirm You will see a series of dashes followed by the zone number (ex: ) With the batteries in the motion sensor, plug in the power cord inside the sensor to activate it The red LED light on the motion sensor will flash and then send a signal to the Einstein, which will CHIRP to indicate that the sensor has been programmed Make sure the next sensor you learn is one zone number higher (ex: 16) MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN WHICH ZONE NUMBER GOES TO WHICH SENSOR (EX: SENSOR 15: Motion, Living Room, SENSOR 16: Motion, Entryway) Do this for all sensors 18

21 Programming wireless horns 19
Press the Sensor button on the Einstein, enter password (1234) followed by # will appear on LED Press *, the LED will display a dash --, then enter 03 to begin programming wireless horns You will see a few numbers displayed on the LED, press backspace and numbers will clear Type in , then hit # to confirm, followed by the quick exit button in bottom left of panel The horns have been learned to the system; no CHIRPING or flashing will confirm this This programs all horns that you’ve purchased for your system 19

22 Programming gas sensor 20
Press the Sensor button on the Einstein and enter password (1234) followed by # will appear on LED Press 5 to begin programming gas sensors Now enter the 2 digit zone number (02-33) you want to assign, press # to confirm You will see a series of dashes followed by the zone number (ex: ) With the gas sensor plugged in, hit the black test button on the side of the gas sensor to activate it The gas sensor will CHIRP and then send a signal to the Einstein, which will also CHIRP to indicate that the sensor has been programmed Make sure the next sensor you learn is one zone number higher (ex: 16) MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN WHICH ZONE NUMBER GOES TO WHICH SENSOR (EX: SENSOR 15: Motion, Living Room, SENSOR 16: Motion, Entryway) Do this for all sensors 20

23 Programming Extra Key fob Remotes 21
Press the Sensor button on the Einstein and enter your password (1234) followed by the # key will appear on LED Press 1, the LED will display a dash --, then enter 01# to begin programming extra keyfob remotes Now press any button on the new remote, the Einstein will chirp Hit the quick exit button on Einstein (bottom left) and the new remote has been learned If a remote is lost, you need to delete out all the remotes and then reprogram the ones you have (and new ones you purchase) following the above instructions. To delete remotes: press SENSOR, password (1234), #, *, 01, #, password (1234), #, Quickexit 21

24 pre-existing wired sensors in home
Programming pre-existing wired sensors in home 22

25 Wired sensors (not normally used)
Programming Wired sensors (not normally used) Figure 1 Connect the wired sensors according to the diagram on the previous page Press SENSOR, password, #, 9 (to check the modes of the 8 wired sensor zones), scroll up (2) and down (8) to the sensor of choice (Figure 1) Press 4 and MODE to choose the mode for the wired sensor (Emergency help: 24 hour alarm whether system in arm/disarm, Arm: system will siren if armed and sensor is triggered, Bypass: alarm will not siren if in bypass mode and that sensor is triggered, Disarm: Einstein will not siren if armed and sensor is triggered, Time delay: Einstein will siren if armed and sensor is triggered after the programmed delay) 23

26 Security team phone numbers
Programming Security team phone numbers FIGURE FIGURE 2 Press 3, followed by your password (1234), then the # key; the LED screen will read 1 --NO-- (FIGURE 1) Press the backspace key & the # key simultaneously (you may need to push them together multiple times) until the –NO– disappears and the screen reads 1 with a flashing dash mark(FIGURE 2) Enter your phone number (with area code, if necessary), then hit the # button The LED screen will read 1: (xxx) xxx-xxxx To enter a second number, press 2. The screen will read 2 --NO--; repeat the process (pressing down backspace and # simultaneously) The system can hold up to 6 phone numbers NOTE: If you decide to have the system professionally monitored, make sure these numbers are in spots 1 or 2 TO DELETE A NUMBER: 3, password, #, scroll to the phone number you want to delete, press BACKSPACE & # simultaneously (may need to press multiple times until number is deleted), # 24

27 Connecting your GSM Dialer
Installation Connecting your GSM Dialer If using a GSM dialer instead of a landline: Open the compartment on the back of the dialer, insert your SIM card, and close the latch Attach the antenna to the top of the GSM dialer and screw it on until secure Plug the power cord into the top of the dialer and ensure the power switch is turned to on The red power light on the front will illuminate and the system will begin searching for a signal Plug one end of the phone cord into the phone outlet labeled 1 on top of the dialer (next to power) Plug the other end of the phone cord into the LINE port on the back of the Einstein (far right) Your Einstein is now set up to use the GSM dialer to call out when triggered, using the numbers you previously programmed 25

28 Installation Hardware 26
DOOR/WINDOW SENSOR: This sensor consists of 2 pieces (a larger transmitter portion and a smaller magnet portion). When installing door/window sensors, make sure the magnet is on the side of the transmitter with the 2 LED lights. If it’s on the other side (away from LED lights), it won’t function. These can be used on doors, windows, and cabinets. When the magnet is separated from the transmitter by 1.5cm or more, it sends a signal to the Einstein to sound the siren and begin dialing. While the Einstein can read signals up to 400ft away, interfering objects and walls will reduce this. To install, separate the magnet and transmitter, peel the backing off the tape and stick in place. MOTION SENSOR: NEVER install more than 2 motion sensors in the same room/area as this can lead to false alarms. Also, avoid areas near vent airflow, with curtains that could move, or near fans as this can also lead to false alarms. To install, first unscrew bottom screw from motion sensor, then unscrew middle screw from green motherboard inside the sensor & gently pull the motherboard away from the back panel. You’ll see a screw sized hole in the back; use the hole to attach the motion and mount together with the screw that is already in the mounting hardware. To adjust for pets, mount it higher up so the motion doesn’t cover as much of the floor. You can also adjust the sensitivity on the motion’s motherboard (4-8, 5-12, 9-18 meters) via the black jumper switch. SMOKE DETECTOR: We recommend placing one smoke detector in every room of the house, in a central location, no closer than 2 feet from the corner. To install, unscrew the mounting plate from the back of the smoke sensor. Use 2 screws to secure the mount to the ceiling. Screw the smoke detector onto the mount. GAS SENSOR: To install, place one screw in a secure location. Hang sensor on the screw and plug into 110V. 26

29 Installation Hardware 27
WE RECOMMEND TESTING SMOKE & GAS SENSORS (by pressing the button on the sensor) ONCE PER WEEK TO ENSURE EFFICIENCY. The gas sensor (while plugged in) can also be held under a car’s exhaust and should sound the alarm due to the CO2 (NOTE: it takes about 3 minutes from plug in for alarm to initialize and prepare to sound). CAUTION: DO NOT install gas sensor outdoors, near air vents, air intakes, or exhaust fans, in areas of high humidity. Do not use heavy amounts of spray glue, adhesives, pesticides, or diluents (ex: rubbing alcohol) near the sensor to avoid damaging sensor components. Install unit in a location giving it a clear path to the gas source while staying further than 4 feet from source 27

30 Controlling Einstein from your phone
Monitoring Controlling Einstein from your phone Once you’ve programmed the numbers into the Einstein and connected the system to a land line or GSM dialer, you can test the system to check its ability to call out when triggered. To mute the system (so it doesn’t hurt your ears while you’re testing): Hit the SET button, password (1234), #, 4, backspace, 00, #, QUICKEXIT You’ve now turned the sirens off so you can test the system without the noise. Now, hit the panic button on the remote control (bell key, top left) The LED will display the first number you’ve programmed it to call. The phone will begin ringing and the Einstein will play your 10 second pre-recorded message To control Einstein from your phone: Press 1 to turn off sirens and listen into your home Press 2 to start the sirens Press 3 to stop the sirens Press 4 to arm the system Press 5 to disarm the system IMPORTANT: Always press # to stop the system from calling subsequent phone numbers. Einstein will keep calling numbers until someone hits #. If you simply hang up, it WILL keep calling. This safety feature prevents the system from being fooled by answering machines. DON’T FORGET! To UNMUTE the system, now press SET, password (1234), #, 4, backspace, (how many minutes you want the sirens to go off when triggered; 01= 1 minute), #, QUICKEXIT 28

31 Operations Quick start: 29
Arm mode: When you want to activate the system, on the main panel press Quick Exit + *, then enter your password. (default: 1234#). Once armed, the red armed light on the front of the Einstein will turn solid. Disarm mode: To deactivate the system, press Set + 1 on the main panel, then enter password. When disarmed, the red armed light on the front of the Einstein will flash. Window sensors will not set off the alarm (exception: CHIME mode ON), but smoke/gas sensors will continue to function. Bypass mode: Arms the system without the motion detectors or any other sensors set to bypass mode (stay at home mode). On the main panel, press Backspace + 7, then enter your password . Panic button: To immediately sound the system, on the main panel press Sensor + 4, then enter password. 29

32 Operations Keyfob Remote: 30 Arm system: Lock button, top right
Disarm system: Unlock button, bottom right Bypass mode: Lightening bolt, bottom left (Arms the system without the motion detectors) Panic button: Bell button, top left 30

33 Operations LCD display: 31
EMC/RT: 24 hour zone, monitored whether system is armed or disarmed (all smoke/gas detectors; can also change specific sensors to 24 hour zone (ex: gun cabinet) Gas: gas detector Delay: arm delay-> # seconds once system is armed for you to leave the house; arm telep delay-> # seconds once home is entered to disarm system PIR: Motion detector Alarm Telep: appears next to number being dialed when alarm is tripped Arm: system is armed Disarm: system is disarmed Smoke: smoke detector History: stores the past 100 logged events, the time & what occurred (system arm/disarm, contact broke, motion trigger) Door sensor: door/window sensor AID: glass break detector : Einstein is armed and will activate sirens Ring times: # times you want the phone to ring before the system picks up, allowing you to monitor from your phone :: Compound siren ON; Einstein will beep if a key is pressed Timing: displayed when setting specific times for system arm/disarm 31

34 Operations System Parameters: 32
Standard frequency of double audio frequency: low frequency group 697,770,852,941 Hz; high frequency group ,1477,1633 Hz; frequency deflection: 1.5% Electronic lever: low frequency group 9dbm, 3dbm, high frequency group 701dbm, 3dbm Time delay to arm: “0-99” seconds (you can set yourself) Siren sounding time: “1-30” minutes (you can set yourself; anything more than 30 minutes will cause siren to sound constantly) Standby current: <25mA DC 9V Working current: <200mA Environmental condition: Temperature range: -10C --> 45C (14F - 113F); Humidity: 95% Power supply: 9V, 300mA 32

35 Customization Einstein YOUR way 33 Figure 1 Setting arm/disarm delays:
1: ARM DELAY: seconds you want the system to wait between being armed and actively monitoring, allowing you time to exit the building if arming system from keypad; SET, password (1234), #, 8, LED will read 00, hit backspace and enter (seconds of arm delay you’d like; Figure 1), # 2: DISARM DELAY: seconds you want the system to wait after contact is broken before sounding sirens (giving you time to enter the building and turn off the system from the keypad) Once you’ve pressed # to program the ARM DELAY (above), press 2 to display the ARM TEL DELAY (LED reads 00), backspace, enter (seconds of disarm delay you’d like), #, QUICKEXIT 3: Assign delay to sensors; SENSOR, password (1234), #, LED reads , press 8, this takes you to the scroll sensors screen & starts you with the first sensor (ex: 02), press 6 (MODE) until the sensor number says DELAY next to it. Hit 2 to scroll to the next sensor (ex: 03), press 6 until the sensor reads DELAY next to it, QUICKEXIT. NOTE: If having issues with blaster siren signal interference, you MUST assign a delay to ALL sensors you want the blaster siren to sound for, assigning at least a 4 second delay. BYPASS sensors: allows a sensor to not be armed when system is activated in bypass mode Press SENSOR, password (1234), #, 8, use 2 (up) or 8 (down) to scroll to sensor, MODE (multiple times until it says bypass/arm in the display next to the sensor number), QUICKEXIT; NOTE: all motions are pre-set to bypass mode 33

36 Customization Einstein your way 34
COMPOUND SIREN OFF: prevents system from CHIRPING when armed or disarmed; press SET, password, #, 2 (opens compound siren setup interface; LCD will display A-P), press 8 (cycles between on/off), CONFIRM returns you to system menu. If compound siren is on, LCD will display: ALARM MODE FOR WIRELESS SENSORS: Allows you to program a regular sensor to 24 hour emergency status (similar to the smoke or gas sensors), so that it will sound whether the system is armed or disarmed (ex: gun safe, liquor cabinet). SENSOR, password, #, 8, scroll to the sensor (use 2 for up, 8 for down; see FIG 1), press MODE until your desired status appears (EMC/RT: 24 hour status whether armed or disarmed, ARM: default option only sounding when system armed, Arm Bypass: will not sound if system set in bypass mode, Disarm: if system is armed and sensor will not sound sirens if tripped, Delay: sensor will delay the # seconds you’ve selected SETTING DATE AND TIME: SET, password, #, LCD should read as figure 2, 0, LCD will flash (Figure 3), enter year, system will automatically switch to month/day setting (Figure 4), input month/day and system will automatically switch to time setting (24 hour mode; Figure 5), after inputting time system automatically becomes active and switches back to main system menu Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure 5 34

37 Customization Einstein your way 35 Figure 1 Figure 2 CHANGE PASSWORD:
The Einstein comes to you with the password: 1234 If you must change it, WRITE IT DOWN! IMPORTANT: If you lose your password, there is NO WAY to recover it or regain access to the system!!! When system is ready for the password, the LED will display as above with the dash on the right blinking Enter the password (ex: 1234) followed by # to gain access to the system controls When finished, press QUICKEXIT to get back to the Einstein’s main menu To change the password: SET, password (1234), # (LCD shows figure 1), 5, (existing password will show on LCD, Figure 2), backspace, type new 4 digit password, #, QUICKEXIT The system can hold up to 7 passwords. All will arm/disarm the system. Only the first password will allow you to change any system settings. 35

38 Customization Einstein your way 36 Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3
ARM/DISARM PASSWORD PROTECTION: Determines whether or not a password is needed to arm/disarm system when calling in from a phone. To turn password protection on/off: SET, password, #, 3, Figure 1 will appear on LCD and flash, press 2 or 8 to turn it on/off, then press CONFIRM to return to main menu SET LENGTH OF SIREN SOUNDING: Determines the length of time the siren sounds once activated. To customize, SET, password, #, 4 (LCD will appear as Figure 2), BACKSPACE, then enter your desired length of time (00 – 09 minutes), CONFIRM Will appear on the main LCD screen, indicating a siren will sound when armed and activated. NOTE: 00 = muted siren, siren WILL NOT sound when system is armed and a sensor is tripped SET HOST ID/NEIGHBOR ID: The alarm host ID is used to connect with a monitoring center and depends on your personally assigned ID card from the monitoring company. To enter the ID: SET, password, #, 6, LCD will display ID (Figure 3), press backspace to clear the current ID, then enter your new ID, CONFIRM NOTE: = host ID #; 2= neighbor ID# 36

39 Customization Einstein your way 37 Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3
SET NUMBER OF RINGS BEFORE SYSTEM PICKS UP: This option controls the number of times the phone will ring before the system picks up, allowing you access from a remote location (ex: cellular phone). SET, password, #, 7 (LCD will display as Figure 1, showing the number of rings before pick up), press BACKSPACE, then enter your desired number of rings (0-9), CONFIRM NOTE: 0 = system is not controllable via phone SET ARM/DISARM TIME: Allows you to program up to 3 groups of times every day that the system will automatically arm or disarm. SET, password, #, 9 (LCD displays Figure 2). 1 indicates the group # (each group number hold an arm and a disarm time), OFF indicates no setting. Press ‘4’, and LCD switches to Figure 3. Press BACKSPACE, then input desired time (24 hour mode), press CONFIRM PRE-RECORDED MESSAGE: Changes the personal message Einstein plays when calling your security team. Press 3, password (1234), #, the LED will count down, -3, -2, -1, 0… At 0, start recording your 10 second message. Einstein will count up to 10 and then your message will be saved. (EX: This is the Johnson residence. A break-in may be in progress. Press 1 to listen in, 4 to re-arm the system, and # when finished to stop the dialing before hanging up.) Press 7 to listen to your message. If you’re happy, you’re done. If you’re not happy, press 6 to re-record. 37

40 Customization Einstein your way 38 Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3
CHIME feature: if enabled, Einstein beeps when disarmed and a door/window sensor is activated To enable: Press SET, password (1234), #, * LED will display 01 at the top; use up (2) & down (8) to scroll to 16 While LED display reads 16, hit BACKSPACE, LED will read ALARM TEL on the left Press 2 to change OFF to ON, # to confirm, then QUICKEXIT twice To disable, follow the above directions, switching it to read OFF instead of ON TELEPHONE LINE ANTI-CUTTING FUNCTION: When enabled, Einstein will automatically siren if the telephone line connected to the system is cut or disconnected. SET, password, #, 1 to open the anti-cut interface which will flash (Figure 1), press 2 or 8 to scroll between on and off, CONFIRM RETURN DEFAULT SETTINGS: Returns system to default settings. BACKSPACE, password, #, LCD will read as Figure 2, press 1 and LCD will switch to figure 3 and flash, CONFIRM, password, #, system will beep twice if password is correct, then panel will reset. Default parameters: password protection, soundless alarm, & remote controller compound siren are open, siren time is 60 seconds, system picks up after 6 rings, time delay to arm & alarm is 0, cleans off all 6 groups, fixed time arm & disarm function is closed 38

41 Customization Einstein your way 39
Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure 5 POWERING DOWN THE SYSTEM: To turn the system completely off, BACKSPACE, password, #, LCD will read as Figure 1, 2, LCD will switch to Figure 2 and flash (indicating OFF), CONFIRM, password (if correct password, system will power down) ALARM HISTORY RECORD: The Einstein logs the last 100 events that have occurred with the system. To check, press HISTORY, password, #, LCD reads as Figure 3 with the number indicating the number of history records the system currently has available to view (if more than 100, system automatically deletes oldest and replaces with new), press 2 (up) or 8 (down) to scroll through the history Figure 4 shows an example indicating a PIR (motion detector) in the 22nd defense zone was triggered at 13:45 on (Nov 28), and is recorded as log #63 NOTE: If you confirm the alarm via phone, the defense zone will be the phone number’s zone. EX: FIGURE 5; If you confirm the alarm via the first programmed phone number, history log shows on Oct 03:01, first telephone is armed, record #12 CLEARING HISTORY RECORD: HISTORY, password, #, BACKSPACE, password, CONFIRM 39

42 Customization Einstein YOUR way 40 Figure 1
ADEMCO: To program for use with a monitoring company SET, password, #, * (opens Ademco function settings, Figure 1), press 2 (up) or 8 (down) to choose functions 01: Set time delay to inform arm & disarm; BACKSPACE, enter 0-15 seconds, CONFIRM 04: Telephone number for Ademco monitoring center (holds 2 numbers), BACKSPACE, enter phone #, CONFIRM 05: Inform arm/disarm, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 06: Set call times (max 15), BACKSPACE, enter # call times (0-15), CONFIRM 07: Neighbor’s call system helps call to alarm; BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 08: Sound alarm, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 09: Display alarm telephone number, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 10: Voice instruction for time delay to arm & alarm, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 12: Recycling self check, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 13: Alarm for low power & accessory anti-tampering, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM 15: Inform AC power off, BACKSPACE, 2 or 8 to change on/off, CONFIRM Finally, press QUICKEXIT to confirm & exit 40

43 Frequently asked questions:
FAQ Frequently asked questions: Auto dialer not functioning: Make sure Einstein is armed, ensure security team phone numbers are programmed into the main unit, try adjusting the distance between the sensors and the main Einstein unit (if distance or interference is too great, system cannot communicate), make sure the ID code matches between the sensors and the Einstein, try cutting off the power supply to Einstein then reconnecting it and searching the GSM network (sometimes the GSM signal is bad), ensure the SIM card is current and contains minutes Einstein won’t arm or disarm: Disarm the system, then try re-arming it (if the system is already armed and you attempt to re-arm it, nothing will happen), read the operations section of the owner manual to ensure proper commands are being used, if attempting to arm/disarm from the keypad make sure you enter a password if password protection is on Blaster siren not sounding: Sometimes problems occur with the blaster sirens due to interference between incoming and outgoing signals at the Einstein central panel. This can be solved by applying a short arm & disarm delay to all contacts. A delay of at 4 or more seconds has been shown to fix the blaster siren issues caused by signal interference. Door contact not working: Check the lower LED light. If it’s red, the contact has a low battery. You’ll need a 12V, 23A standard battery that can be found MUCH cheaper online than at your local convenience or electronic store. FYI: contacts on entries that are the most frequently utilized as well as contacts located further away from Einstein will likely run out of battery faster than others. 41

44 Frequently asked questions:
FAQ Frequently asked questions: No voice message plays when I answer Einstein’s phone call: Ensure there is a voice message recorded in Einstein (customizing your system) The motion sensor is having false alarms: The motion sensor is made to detect MOTION. Make sure there aren’t any curtains that could be moving to set it off. Pets as well as mice/rats can cause false alarms; consider repositioning the detector so it doesn’t cover all the way to the floor. Lastly, try shortening the detecting area or turning down the sensitivity on the sensor. The remote controllers aren’t working: Try changing the batteries. If there appears to be rust or dirt around the battery connection, clean that off to ensure a good connection. If this doesn’t work, you may need to relearn the remote controls to the Einstein unit. NOTE: This will clear out ALL remotes, necessitating ALL remotes to be present when you relearn them to the system. The sensors aren’t communicating with Einstein: See if there is a disturbance that could be interrupting communication. Make sure Einstien’s power cable is properly connected and try changing the battery in the sensor. If this doesn’t work, there is a slight possibility the receiving module in the Einstein unit is malfunctioning. Please contact us for a solution. The siren won’t sound (silent): Make sure you haven’t muted the siren (customizing your system) and that the system was armed before you attempted to set it off. This can also be caused by a short circuit of siren pins or jack, a broken wire, or a bad connection. Please contact us for a solution. 42


Similar presentations

Ads by Google